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1 Special Education & Student Services PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 333

2 Associate Superintendent for Special Education & Student Services MISSION Mission: To provide integrated and coordinated services to students who, upon completion of high school, will be able to enter college/postsecondary training without remediation, by providing quality information, resources, guidance, and technical assistance to students, parents, school system staff, and the community; thereby supporting the effective delivery of services to foster positive psychosocial development and achievement for all students. Operating Budget Staffing by POSITION S TAFFING & E XPENDITURES The FY 2016 approved operating staffing for the Office of Special Education and Student Services is 2.00 FTE. The Office of Special Education and Student Services is a new office in FY The 2.00 unrestricted FTE (1.00 associate superintendent and 1.00 administrative secretary) reflects the realignment of resources from the former Office of the Chief Administrator for Student Services. There is no restricted staffing associated with this office for FY UNRESTRICTED STAFFING Special Education & Student Services Administrative Secretary Associate Superintendent TOTAL RESTRICTED STAFFING Special Education & Student Services TOTAL TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING Special Education & Student Services Administrative Secretary Associate Superintendent TOTAL Page 334 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

3 Operating Budget Expenditures by OBJECT The FY 2016 approved operating budget for the Office of Special Education and Student Services is $354,502. This is a new office for FY There are no restricted expenditures associated with this office for FY UNRESTRICTED EXPENDITURES Special Education & Student Services Salaries & Wages $ $ $ $ 250,538 Employee Benefits $ $ $ $ 63,198 Contracted Services $ $ $ $ 33,954 Supplies & Materials $ $ $ $ 1,412 Other Operating Expenses $ $ $ $ 400 Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ 5,000 TOTAL $ $ $ $ 354,502 RESTRICTED EXPENDITURES Special Education & Student Services TOTAL $ $ $ $ TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES Special Education & Student Services Salaries & Wages $ $ $ $ 250,538 Employee Benefits $ $ $ $ 63,198 Contracted Services $ $ $ $ 33,954 Supplies & Materials $ $ $ $ 1,412 Other Operating Expenses $ $ $ $ 400 Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ 5,000 TOTAL $ $ $ $ 354,502 OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY COST CENTER FY 2016 Cost Center Number Description Approved Special Education & Student Services Office of Special Education & Student Services $ 354,502 TOTAL $ 354,502 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 335

4 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY/OBJECT Other Salaries Fringe Contracted Supplies Operating Capital Expenditure Category & Wages Benefits Services & Materials Expenses Outlay Recovery Total SPECIAL EDUCATION & STUDENT SERVICES Administration $ 246,718 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 246,718 Student Personnel Services $ 3,820 $ $ 33,954 $ 1,412 $ 400 $ 5,000 $ $ 44,586 Fixed Charges $ $ 63,198 $ $ $ $ $ $ 63,198 TOTAL $ 250,538 $ 63,198 $ 33,954 $ 1,412 $ 400 $ 5,000 $ $ 354,502 Page 336 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

5 Special Education ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW & ANALYSIS Under the realignment of the Division of Teaching and Learning, and in an effort to better leverage collaboration for building the capacity of students, staff, and families for securing the foundations of student success, the Department of Special Education has been realigned under the new Associate Superintendent for Special Education and Student Services. MISSION To deliver specialized instruction and related services to children and students with disabilities from birth to age 21; to ensure that the rights of students with disabilities are protected and that federal and State regulatory requirements are met; and to provide support for parents, guardians, and families of children and students with disabilities. C ORE SERVICES SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTION AND RELATED SERVICES Ensure that children and students with disabilities are provided appropriate educational services. OUTCOMES: Increase the academic achievement of students with disabilities by providing appropriate access to the general education curriculum Increase the graduation rate of students with disabilities ACCOUNTABILITY AND MONITORING Meet all requirements with respect to federal and state regulations and Prince George s County Board of Education policies and procedures. OUTCOMES: Provide effective General Supervision of all aspects of the IEP Process Decrease discrepancy in disciplinary removals SUPPORT TO PARENTS AND FAMILIES Provides information, support and required services to parents and families of children with disabilities from birth to age 21. OUTCOME: Expand services, resources, trainings, and direct supports available (in both English and Spanish) through the Parent Center Improve results on the annual Parent Satisfaction Survey by focusing efforts on targeted needs PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 337

6 Operating Budget Staffing by POSITION S TAFFING & E XPENDITURES The 2016 approved operating staffing for Special Education is FTE, a decrease of (12.00) FTE under the FY 2015 approved budget. The net decrease of (42.80) FTE in unrestricted staffing includes (1.00) director, (1.20) elementary classroom teachers, (33.00) child care assistants, (11.00) instructional specialists, (0.60) physical therapist offset by the addition of 1.00 audiologist, 1.00 child care assistant, 1.00 executive director, 1.00 occupational therapist and 1.00 physical therapist assistant. The increase of FTE in restricted staffing includes 1.00 assistant supervisor, 1.00 clerk, elementary classroom teachers, instructional specialists, 2.00 paraprofessional educators, 3.00 resource teachers, and 1.00 teacher trainer. The changes in both unrestricted and restricted staffing supports special education programs such as the infants and toddlers programs, autism programs, general special education programs, early crisis intervention programs, other special education programs and early childhood centers. UNRESTRICTED STAFFING SPECIAL EDUCATION Admin Support Specialist Assistant Supervisor Audiologist Building Supervisor Child Care Assistant Cleaner Clerk Coordinating Supervisor Director Elementary Classroom Teacher Executive Director Guidance Counselor Instructional Assistant Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor Night Cleaner Lead Occupational Therapist Paraprofessional Educator Physical Therapist Physical Therapy Assistant Program Specialist Resource Teacher School Psychologist Secretary Page 338 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

7 UNRESTRICTED STAFFING SPECIAL EDUCATION Speech Therapist Support Supervisor Technical Resource Analyst Wing Coordinator TOTAL RESTRICTED STAFFING SPECIAL EDUCATION Admin Support Technician Assistant Supervisor Clerk Coordinating Supervisor Elementary Classroom Teacher Financial Analyst Instructional Program Coordinator Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor Occupational Therapist Paraprofessional Educator Physical Therapist Program Liaison Program Specialist Resource Teacher School Psychologist Secretary Social Service Worker Speech Therapist Supp. Program Coordinator Teacher Trainer TOTAL TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING SPECIAL EDUCATION Admin Support Specialist Admin Support Technician Assistant Supervisor Audiologist PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 339

8 TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING SPECIAL EDUCATION Building Supervisor Child Care Assistant Cleaner Clerk Coordinating Supervisor Director Elementary Classroom Teacher Executive Director Financial Analyst Guidance Counselor Instructional Program Coordinator Instructional Assistant Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor Night Cleaner Lead Occupational Therapist Paraprofessional Educator Physical Therapist Physical Therapy Assistant Program Liaison Program Specialist Resource Teacher School Psychologist Secretary Social Service Worker Speech Therapist Support Program Coordinator Support Supervisor Teacher Trainer Technical Resource Analyst Wing Coordinator TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING Page 340 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

9 Operating Budget Expenditures by OBJECT The 2016 approved operating budget for Special Education is $123.3 million, an increase of $9.2 million over the FY 2015 approved budget. The net increase of $6.7 million in unrestricted expenditures supports salaries and related employee benefits per negotiated agreements, the Extended School Year (ESY) program, as well as contracted services for Nonpublic Tuition offset by a decrease in supplies and materials, other operating expenses, and capital outlay due to the systemwide reprogramming of funds to support the expansion of innovative and advanced programs for students. The net increase of $2.5 million in restricted expenditures supports salaries and employee benefits for the additional grant funded positions offset by reduction in supplies and materials and other operating expenses. UNRESTRICTED EXPENDITURES SPECIAL EDUCATION Salaries & Wages $ 38,279,035 $ 37,455,401 $ 39,157,820 $ 39,280,885 Employee Benefits $ 6,928,525 $ 8,116,597 $ 8,069,097 $ 7,871,201 Contracted Services $ 58,765,379 $ 50,850,219 $ 51,535,029 $ 57,170,018 Supplies & Materials $ 1,421,470 $ 1,162,346 $ 1,017,702 $ 494,814 Other Operating Expenses $ 760,459 $ 649,289 $ 638,633 $ 246,239 Capital Outlay $ 208,801 $ 202,028 $ 221,950 $ 92,606 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ $ TOTAL $ 106,363,669 $ 98,435,880 $ 100,640,231 $ 105,155,763 RESTRICTED EXPENDITURES SPECIAL EDUCATION Salaries & Wages $ 6,389,837 $ 8,546,211 $ 8,787,639 $ 10,423,969 Employee Benefits $ 2,068,569 $ 2,990,912 $ 2,770,193 $ 3,661,888 Contracted Services $ 5,595,792 $ 3,704,660 $ 5,525,996 $ 3,924,631 Supplies & Materials $ 230,413 $ 227,873 $ 154,928 $ 119,928 Other Operating Expenses $ 120,561 $ 154,186 $ 80,899 $ 55,899 Capital Outlay $ 76,016 $ 47,000 $ $ Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 14,481,188 $ 15,670,842 $ 17,319,655 $ 18,186,315 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 341

10 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES SPECIAL EDUCATION Salaries & Wages $ 44,668,872 $ 46,001,612 $ 47,945,459 $ 49,704,854 Employee Benefits $ 8,997,094 $ 11,107,509 $ 10,839,290 $ 11,533,089 Contracted Services $ 64,361,171 $ 54,554,879 $ 57,061,025 $ 61,094,649 Supplies & Materials $ 1,651,883 $ 1,390,219 $ 1,172,630 $ 614,742 Other Operating Expenses $ 881,020 $ 803,475 $ 719,532 $ 302,138 Capital Outlay $ 284,817 $ 249,028 $ 221,950 $ 92,606 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ $ TOTAL $ 120,844,857 $ 114,106,722 $ 117,959,886 $ 123,342,078 OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY COST CENTER FY 2016 Cost Center Number Description Approved SPECIAL EDUCATION Psychological Services $ 10,191, Director of Special Education $ 2,443, Special Education Compliance Office $ 1,639, Special Education Data Management $ 895, Special Education Assessment & Accountability $ 1,073, Special Education K 12 Services $ 13,716, Special Education Support Services $ 28,981, Special Education Early Childhood $ 8,391, Special Education Family Engagement $ 1,802, Special Education Nonpublic Education $ 54,206,976 TOTAL $ 123,342,078 OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY/OBJECT Other Salaries Fringe Contracted Supplies Operating Capital Expenditure Category & Wages Benefits Services & Materials Expenses Outlay Recovery Total SPECIAL EDUCATION Instructional Salaries & Wages $ 10,189,949 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 10,189,949 Textbooks & Instructional Supplies $ $ $ $ 70,528 $ $ $ $ 70,528 Other Instructional Costs $ $ $ 3,000 $ $ 42,000 $ $ $ 45,000 Special Education $ 38,749,120 $ $ 59,113,615 $ 544,214 $ 254,738 $ 92,606 $ $ 98,754,293 Student Personnel Services $ 661,085 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 661,085 Student Health Services $ $ $ 1,927,534 $ $ $ $ $ 1,927,534 Student Transportation Services $ $ $ 50,500 $ $ $ $ $ 50,500 Operation of Plant Services $ 104,700 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 104,700 Fixed Charges $ $ 11,533,089 $ $ $ 5,400 $ $ $ 11,538,489 TOTAL $ 49,704,854 $ 11,533,089 $ 61,094,649 $ 614,742 $ 302,138 $ 92,606 $ $ 123,342,078 Page 342 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

11 Student Services ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW & ANALYSIS Under the realignment of the Division of Teaching & Learning, the Department of Student Services has been created in an effort to better leverage collaboration for building the capacity of students, staff, and families for securing the foundations of student success. The new Department of Student Services incorporates the former departments of Pupil Personnel Services and Student Engagement and School Support. MISSION To support school climate enrichment, compliance monitoring of local, state and federal mandates related to student services functions, supports college and career readiness through home and hospital instructional services and health promotion and disease prevention services to support student engagement in the instructional program and academic achievement. C ORE SERVICES SCHOOL CLIMATE ENRICHMENT Provide and support the implementation of proactive and intervention strategies to reduce impediments to learning (social, emotional, behavioral and financial); provide opportunities for youth in elementary, middle and high schools to develop leadership skills, expand their leadership experiences, and serve as ambassadors to support the improvement of school climate. OUTCOMES: Improved school climate Students who have developed leadership skills to enhance/improve school climate, demonstrate effective problem solving and advocate on behalf of their fellow students Improved school climate Increased attendance Increased academic achievement Decreased suspensions Reduced number of student instruction days lost Reduced number of habitually truant students HOMEBOUND/HOSPITAL INSTRUCTION Direct and online instruction provided to students who are homebound/hospitalized due to physical or emotional conditions, virtualonline instruction to homebound and hospitalized students taking high school assessments, and training to key stakeholders to ensure service delivery. OUTCOMES: Homebound/Hospitalized students receiving continued instruction and continuity in educational programming Continuity of instructional programs for students at risk of dropping out of school COMPLIANCE MONITORING Provide direction, monitoring and tracking of school administrators and staff to ensure compliance with local, state and federal mandates in the areas of Records Compliance, Bullying reporting, Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) counseling completion and 504/Office of Civil Rights Compliance. PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 343

12 OUTCOME: Accurate student records which are compliant with regulations and procedural standards COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS Provides training to implement a continuum of prevention, intervention and enrichment programs; provide a comprehensive K12 counseling program in academic, personal/social and career domains; implement the eight (8) components of Career and College Readiness Counseling; assist students exploring a range of careers and postsecondary educational opportunities; monitor the management of data; promote school success through a focus on academic achievement, prevention and intervention activities, advocacy, and support with social/emotional issues; monitor the school level Career Day and College Awareness Programs at elementary and secondary schools; provide scholarship opportunities and monitor data; work with universities, sponsoring organizations, fraternities, sororities, foundations and TRIO programs to provide resources that prepare students for college success and financial support. OUTCOMES: Increased achievement, grade promotion, and graduation Increased student engagement, improved behavior and school adjustment Increased access to college and career options Increased graduation rate S TAFFING & E XPENDITURES Operating Budget Staffing by POSITION The FY 2016 approved operating staffing for Student Services is FTE. This is a new department for FYs2016. The unrestricted FTE reflects the realignment of resources from the former departments of Pupil Personnel Services and Student Engagement and School Support. There is no restricted staffing associated with this department for FY UNRESTRICTED STAFFING Student Services Admin Support Specialist Admin Support Technician Administrative Secretary Associate Superintendent Clerk Director Executive Director Guidance Counselor Instructional Assistant Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor International Student Specialist Outreach Teacher Page 344 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

13 UNRESTRICTED STAFFING Student Services Program Specialist Pupil Personnel Worker Secretary Support Program Coordinator Support Supervisor TOTAL RESTRICTED STAFFING Student Services TOTAL TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING Student Services Admin Support Specialist Admin Support Technician Administrative Secretary Associated Superintendent Clerk Director Executive Director Guidance Counselor Instructional Assistant Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor International Student Specialist Outreach Teacher Program Specialist Pupil Personnel Worker Secretary Support Program Coordinator Support Supervisor TOTAL PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 345

14 Operating Budget Staffing by POSITION The FY 2016 approved operating budget for Student Services is $11.3 million. This is a new department for FYs2016. The unrestricted budget for the Department of Student Services totals $11.2 million, which reflects the realignment of resources from the former departments of Pupil Personnel Services and Student Engagement and School Support. The restricted budget for the Department of Student Services totals $92,005, which reflects the realignment of resources from the former Department of Student Engagement and School Support and is associated with the Home Education Grant. UNRESTRICTED EXPENDITURES Student Services Salaries & Wages $ $ $ $ 9,022,218 Employee Benefits $ $ $ $ 1,903,077 Contracted Services $ $ $ $ 110,314 Supplies & Materials $ $ $ $ 110,059 Other Operating Expenses $ $ $ $ 100,012 Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ 9,500 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ $ TOTAL $ $ $ $ 11,255,180 RESTRICTED EXPENDITURES Student Services Salaries & Wages $ $ $ $ 57,400 Employee Benefits $ $ $ $ 5,695 Contracted Services $ $ $ $ 612 Supplies & Materials $ $ $ $ 25,855 Other Operating Expenses $ $ $ $ 2,443 Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ $ TOTAL $ $ $ $ 92,005 Page 346 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

15 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES Student Services Salaries & Wages $ $ $ $ 9,079,618 Employee Benefits $ $ $ $ 1,908,772 Contracted Services $ $ $ $ 110,926 Supplies & Materials $ $ $ $ 135,914 Other Operating Expenses $ $ $ $ 102,455 Capital Outlay $ $ $ $ 9,500 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ $ TOTAL $ $ $ $ 11,347,185 OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY COST CENTER TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY/OBJECT FY 2016 Cost Center Number Description Approved Student Services Guidance & Counseling Services $ 543, Home & Hospital Teaching $ 1,054, Homeless Education $ 425, Home Schooling $ 417, International Student Counseling $ 982, Positive Behavior Intervention/Safe & Drug Free Schools $ 371, Pupil Personnel Services $ 5,502, Student Records & Transfers $ 981, Student Services $ 1,067,969 TOTAL $ 11,347,185 Other Salaries Fringe Contracted Supplies Operating Capital Expenditure Category & Wages Benefits Services & Materials Expenses Outlay Recovery Total Student Services Administration $ 192,090 $ $ 612 $ 750 $ $ $ $ 193,452 MidLevel Administration $ 459,018 $ $ 250 $ 1,500 $ 16,500 $ $ $ 477,268 Instructional Salaries and Wages $ 598,084 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 598,084 Student Personnel Services $ 7,830,426 $ $ 70,064 $ 133,664 $ 85,955 $ 9,500 $ $ 8,129,609 Student Transportation Services $ $ $ 40,000 $ $ $ $ $ 40,000 Fixed Charges $ $ 1,908,772 $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,908,772 TOTAL $ 9,079,618 $ 1,908,772 $ 110,926 $ 135,914 $ 102,455 $ 9,500 $ $ 11,347,185 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 347

16 Chief Administrator for Student Services Under the realignment of the Division of Teaching and Learning, the Office of Chief Administrator for Student Services was eliminated. An Associate Superintendent to oversee the departments of Special Education and Student Services has been established in its place. The staffing and expenditure data shown below reflects historical data for the Chief Administrator for Student Services for fiscal years 2014 and Operating Budget Staffing by POSITION S TAFFING & E XPENDITURES UNRESTRICTED STAFFING CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR STUDENT SERVICES Admin Support Specialist Administrative Secretary Associate Superintendent Director Instructional Specialist Officer TOTAL RESTRICTED STAFFING CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR STUDENT SERVICES TOTAL TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR STUDENT SERVICES Admin Support Specialist Administrative Secretary Associate Superintendent Director Instructional Program Coordinator Officer TOTAL Page 348 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

17 Operating Budget Expenditures by OBJECT UNRESTRICTED EXPENDITURES CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR STUDENT SERVICES Salaries & Wages $ 611,116 $ 505,900 $ 505,900 Employee Benefits $ 125,185 $ 93,579 $ 93,579 Contracted Services $ 1,834,825 $ 3,781,206 $ 3,662,767 Supplies & Materials $ 80,883 $ 150,892 $ 150,892 Other Operating Expenses $ 15,899 $ 5,400 $ 5,400 Capital Outlay $ 5,343 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 2,673,251 $ 4,541,977 $ 4,423,538 RESTRICTED EXPENDITURES CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR STUDENT SERVICES TOTAL $ $ $ $ TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR STUDENT SERVICES Salaries & Wages $ 611,116 $ 505,900 $ 505,900 Employee Benefits $ 125,185 $ 93,579 $ 93,579 Contracted Services $ 1,834,825 $ 3,781,206 $ 3,662,767 Supplies & Materials $ 80,883 $ 150,892 $ 150,892 Other Operating Expenses $ 15,899 $ 5,400 $ 5,400 Capital Outlay $ 5,343 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 2,673,251 $ 4,541,977 $ 4,423,538 OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY COST CENTER FY 2016 Cost Center Number Description Approved CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR STUDENT SERVICES Office of Chief Administrator for Student Services TOTAL PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 349

18 Pupil Personnel Services Under the realignment of the Division of Teaching and Learning for fiscal year 2016, the Department of Pupil Personnel Services was merged with the Department of Student Engagement and School Support and will operate under the new name Department of Student Services. This new department will report to the Associate Superintendent for Special Education and Student Services. The staffing and expenditure data shown below reflects historical data for the Department of Pupil Personnel Services for fiscal years 2014 and 2015 only. Operating Budget Staffing by POSITION S TAFFING & E XPENDITURES UNRESTRICTED STAFFING PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES Administrative Support Technician Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor Pupil Personnel Worker Secretary TOTAL RESTRICTED STAFFING PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES TOTAL TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES Administrative Support Technician Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor Pupil Personnel Worker Secretary TOTAL Page 350 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

19 Operating Budget Expenditures by OBJECT UNRESTRICTED EXPENDITURES PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES Salaries & Wages $ 4,903,181 $ 4,780,422 $ 5,129,218 Employee Benefits $ 935,993 $ 965,893 $ 1,078,192 Contracted Services $ 160,896 $ 288,252 $ 28,252 Supplies & Materials $ 40,680 $ 32,832 $ 49,375 Other Operating Expenses $ 20,831 $ 20,050 $ 41,780 Capital Outlay $ $ $ 4,500 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 6,061,581 $ 6,087,449 $ 6,331,317 RESTRICTED EXPENDITURES PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES Salaries & Wages $ 53,694 $ 72,160 $ 57,400 Employee Benefits $ 4,351 $ 6,691 $ 5,695 Contracted Services $ 559,478 $ 222,259 $ 15,770 Supplies & Materials $ 21,579 $ 14,110 $ 16,114 Other Operating Expenses $ 3,622 $ 2,773 $ 2,443 Capital Outlay $ $ $ Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 642,724 $ 317,993 $ 97,422 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES Salaries & Wages $ 4,956,875 $ 4,852,582 $ 5,186,618 Employee Benefits $ 940,344 $ 972,584 $ 1,083,887 Contracted Services $ 720,374 $ 510,511 $ 44,022 Supplies & Materials $ 62,259 $ 46,942 $ 65,489 Other Operating Expenses $ 24,453 $ 22,823 $ 44,223 Capital Outlay $ $ $ 4,500 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 6,704,305 $ 6,405,442 $ 6,428,739 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 351

20 OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY COST CENTER FY 2016 Cost Center Number Description Approved PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES Pupil Personnel Services Guidance & Counseling Services Homeless Education Pupil Personnel Office TOTAL Page 352 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

21 Student Engagement & School Support To better focus work within and between offices, the Department of Student Engagement and School Support was merged with the Department of Pupil Personnel Services and will operate under the name Department of Student Services. This new department will report to the Associate Superintendent for Special Education and Student Services. The staffing and expenditure data shown below reflects historical data for the Department of Student Engagement and School Support for fiscal years 2014 and S TAFFING & E XPENDITURES Operating Budget Staffing by POSITION UNRESTRICTED STAFFING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & SCHOOL SUPPORT Admin Support Specialist Admin Support Technician Clerk Director Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor Outreach Teacher Program Specialist Secretary Support Program Coordinator Support Supervisor TOTAL RESTRICTED STAFFING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & SCHOOL SUPPORT TOTAL PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 353

22 TOTAL OPERATING STAFFING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & SCHOOL SUPPORT Admin Support Specialist Admin Support Technician Clerk Director Instructional Specialist Instructional Supervisor Outreach Teacher Program Specialist Secretary Support Program Coordinator Support Supervisor TOTAL Operating Budget Expenditures by OBJECT UNRESTRICTED EXPENDITURES STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & SCHOOL SUPPORT Salaries & Wages $ 2,757,187 $ 2,788,534 $ 2,789,734 Employee Benefits $ 423,478 $ 537,390 $ 529,890 Contracted Services $ 222,624 $ 69,812 $ 94,312 Supplies & Materials $ 60,806 $ 85,478 $ 75,978 Other Operating Expenses $ 47,825 $ 73,166 $ 66,966 Capital Outlay $ 2,810 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 3,514,730 $ 3,559,380 $ 3,561,880 RESTRICTED EXPENDITURES STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & SCHOOL SUPPORT Salaries & Wages $ $ $ 39,620 Employee Benefits $ $ $ 3,931 Contracted Services $ 308 $ $ Supplies & Materials $ 1,793 $ $ 2,137 Other Operating Expenses $ 153 $ $ Capital Outlay $ $ $ Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 2,254 $ $ 45,688 Page 354 PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget

23 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & SCHOOL SUPPORT Salaries & Wages $ 2,757,187 $ 2,788,534 $ 2,829,354 Employee Benefits $ 423,478 $ 537,390 $ 533,821 Contracted Services $ 222,932 $ 69,812 $ 94,312 Supplies & Materials $ 62,599 $ 85,478 $ 78,115 Other Operating Expenses $ 47,978 $ 73,166 $ 66,966 Capital Outlay $ 2,810 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 Expenditure Recovery $ $ $ TOTAL $ 3,516,984 $ 3,559,380 $ 3,607,568 OPERATING EXPENDITURES BY COST CENTER FY 2016 Cost Center Number Description Approved STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & SCHOOL SUPPORT Home & Hospital Teaching Student Engagement & School Support Student Affairs/Safe & Drug Free Schools Student Records & Transfers TOTAL $ PGCPS Board of Education FY 2016 Approved Annual Operating Budget Page 355

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